Use plenty on Memphis Pig Rub on larger pieces of meat like this pork leg, and allow it plenty of time to marinade.

Use plenty on Memphis Pig Rub on larger pieces of meat like this pork leg, and allow it plenty of time to marinade.

Testing for doneness can you pull the pork in long strands. You can just see the pink smoke ring coming in about a centimetre from the edge.

Testing for doneness can you pull the pork in long strands. You can just see the pink smoke ring coming in about a centimetre from the edge.

Once its done several hours later let it cool off then peel away the skin and Fat

Once its done several hours later let it cool off then peel away the skin and Fat

In the smoker for a few hours. A large piece like this can take several hours of hot smoke as it will form a bark like crust preventing too much smoke penetrating. Smaller pieces not so much. Hot smoke garlic is also nice. :)

In the smoker for a few hours. A large piece like this can take several hours of hot smoke as it will form a bark like crust preventing too much smoke penetrating. Smaller pieces not so much. Hot smoke garlic is also nice.

Save the juices from cooking the pulled pork by pouring them into a jug. You can then skim off all the fat leaving just the cooking liquor which you can then mix back in.

Save the juices from cooking the pulled pork by pouring them into a jug. You can then skim off all the fat leaving just the cooking liquor which you can then mix back in.

Memphis Style Pulled Pork using our Memphis Pig Rub, and Memphis Red Sauce www.FireFlyBBQ.co.uk

Memphis Style Pulled Pork using our Memphis Pig Rub, and Memphis Red Sauce www.FireFlyBBQ.co.uk

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